Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched ‘Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission‘. During this, he talked about the benefits of the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission. He said, to improve health services in India, it is very important that the medical services of the villages should be improved.
Today, the network related to primary health care is being strengthened near the village and home. So far 80,000 such centers have been made operational. Now work is going on in India on such a health model, which is holistic, inclusive.
What is Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission?
Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission: 130 crore Aadhaar numbers, 118 crore mobile subscribers, about 80 crore internet users, about 43 crore Jan Dhan bank accounts. There is no such big connected infrastructure anywhere in the world. This digital infrastructure is making the transition from ration to administration to the common Indian in a fast, transparent manner.
During Modi’s speech, he also talked about keeping the health records of the people digitally safe. Let’s know 10 big things about PM Modi’s address…
- The Prime Minister said, Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission will now connect the digital health solutions of hospitals across the country with each other. Under this, the countrymen will now get a digital health ID. The health record of every citizen will be digitally protected. All the hospitals, clinics, labs, medicine shops in the country will also be registered.
- In his address, PM Modi said, a model, in which there is an emphasis on prevention of diseases, that is, preventive healthcare, in case of illness, treatment should be accessible, cheap and accessible to all. Through Digital Health ID, the patient himself and the doctor can also check the old records if needed. In this, there will also be registration of colleagues like Dr., Nurse, Para-Medic.
- Regarding the development of India’s health sector, he said that unprecedented reforms are taking place in medical education to transform the health sector. Today more doctors and paramedical manpower are being prepared in the country than before in 7-8 years.
- He said, along with a better medical system, it is also necessary that the poor and middle class should spend the least on medicines. That’s why the central government has kept essential medicines, similar to surgery, many services like dialysis and things cheap.
- PM Modi said, those who have got treatment so far under the Ayushman Bharat scheme, or those who are getting treatment now, there are lakhs of such companions, who could not dare to go to the hospital before this scheme. He used to drag the car of life with pain. But due to lack of money, he could not go to the hospital.
- He said, Ayushman Bharat PM JAY has removed the great concern of the life of the poor. So far more than 2 crore people have availed the facility of free treatment under this scheme. In this also half the beneficiaries are our mothers, sisters, daughters.
- PM Modi said, telemedicine has also expanded unprecedentedly during the Corona period. So far, about 125 crore remote consultations have been completed through e-Sanjeevani. Due to this, thousands of countrymen living in far-flung parts of the country are being connected to the doctors of big hospitals of the cities while sitting at home.
- On vaccination, the Prime Minister said that under the Vaccine Free Vaccine Campaign, India has been able to apply about 90 crore vaccine doses today and its record has been made available, co-Vin has a big role in it.
- Talking on digital infrastructure, he said, 130 crore Aadhaar numbers, 118 crore mobile subscribers, about 800 million internet users, about 43 crore Jan Dhan bank accounts, there is no such big connected infrastructure anywhere in the world. This digital infrastructure is taking the transition from ration to administration to the common Indian in a fast, transparent manner.
- PM Modi said, I am happy that from today Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission is also being started in the whole country. This mission will play a big role in removing the problems faced in the treatment of the poor and middle class of the country. In the last seven years, the campaign to strengthen the health facilities of the country is entering a new phase from today. Today such a mission is being started, which has the power to bring revolutionary changes in the health facilities of India.